Current Projects

    Concepts for ultra high speed end-to-end protocol processing at data rates of 100 Gbit/s and beyond.

    • Duration: November 2014 until October 2016
    • Funding: DFG Project
    • Partner: Prof. Rolf Kraemer, FG Systeme, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg

    Fault tolerant middleware idioms based on self-stabilizing algorithms in wireless sensor networks.

    • Duration: October 2011 to February 2017
    • Funding: DFG-Project
    • Partner: Prof. Thurau, Institut für Telematik, TU Hamburg-Harburg

    A minimal, event-driven consistency kernel for many-core processors which provides the necessary low level operations for software controlled consistency protocols that can be used by higher layers.

    • Duration: 2013 to 2016
    • Funding: DFG-Project

    A dedicated, minimal operating system that reduces the overhead of parallel processing by its modular architecture.

    • Duration: Oktober 2013 to Oktober 2016
    • Funding: BMBF Project
    • Partner: 
      • Universität Ulm, Institut für Organisation und Management von Informationssystemen / Kommunikations & Informationszentrum – Prof. Dr. Stefan Wesner
      • Höchstleistungsrechenzentrum Stuttgart – Prof. Dr. Michael Resch
      • Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus – Prof. Jörg Nolte
      • Alcatel-Lucent Deutschland AG, Bell Labs – Peter Domschitz
      • Universität Siegen, Simulationstechnik und Wissenschaftliches Rechnen – Prof. Dr. Sabine Roller

    Group Projects

    REFLEX is a generic event driven OS for embedded devices.

    TACO (Topologies and Collections) is a highly efficient distributed object platform for cluster architectures which is entirely based on C++ templates.

    Finished Projects

    A modular framework that simplifies the process of building wireless sensor network applications.

    An operating system for architectures with non-volatile main memory.

    • Duration: 2012 to 2015
    • Funding: Intel Labs Research Grant

    A middleware for self organizing sensor networks, which uses data-parallel paradigms to enable flexible grouping of sensor nodes.

    • Duration: from 2004
    • Funding: DFG Project